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I Am Suprised You Do Not Know The Limits Of Solar Data

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 27, 2003 23:17:35 UTC

In order to get distribution curves of particle migration time from the sun's interior to its surface, we would need instruments on the sun.

The fact that you asked for data distribution curves indicates that you are not thinking very deeply. Is it a lack of time? I really expected more scientific sophistication from you.

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